Zhong Shan

Res­i­dent in Guangzhou

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With mo­bile pay­ment be­com­ing uni­ver­sal, many peo­ple do not carry cash. Some may freak out on cer­tain oc­ca­sions when some­thing or a ser­vice must be paid in cash. I was in an em­bar­rass­ing sit­u­a­tion once where I had to walk 6 km be­cause I didn’t have 1 yuan ($0.15) for tak­ing a bus. The car­ton would have been a life saver un­der such cir­cum­stances. It makes me feel warm and passes on virtues and love around so­ci­ety. Peo­ple’s moral­ity and the civ­i­liza­tion of so­ci­ety could be im­proved with more touch­ing moves and con­sid­er­a­tions like this one. the test. How­ever, if you use this test to judge whether a city’s res­i­dents have high moral stan­dards, you might be as­sum­ing things. This test has been car­ried out in a num­ber of cities, with good re­sults from all of them. There­fore, the con­clu­sion is that res­i­dents in these cities have all passed this

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